Gandhi Behind the mask of divinity
Gandhi: Behind the Mask of Divinity By G.B. Singh
|Author||G. B. Singh|
|Publication Date||April 2004|
Mahatma Gandhi is undoubtedly the most well-known leader of the twentieth century. The great majority of Hindus see him as the hero of Indian freedom, and many others throughout the globe regard him as a contemporary saint.
Colonel G. B. Singh claims that the prevalent picture of Gandhi is profoundly deceptive in this explosive, interesting, and disturbing inquiry. Colonel Singh's study of the data led him to believe that Gandhi's doctrine was built in racial enmity, first towards blacks in South Africa and afterwards against whites in India, notwithstanding his famed concept of peaceful resistance (satyagraha). The author also uncovers evidence of various cover-ups aimed at concealing Gandhi's true background, including complicity to cover up an American murder. This fascinating argument will undoubtedly spark debate.
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